This week in the Uganda News Review: the school in Malaba and the woman who built it up from scratch, the latest feat in Ugandan engineering, and the scheme to send 1,000 more students to University this year. Read on…
eLEARNING: the chancellor of Uganda Technology Management University has called on the Government to introduce ICT in all schools. “We want to see a society where every higher institution of learning is an innovation hub” he says. The Monitor has the story.
SCHOOLS: here in the Observer, the remarkable story of Eunice Among, who started her own school from scratch with virtually no budget – and has since led it on to excellence.
TECHNOLOGY: currently on display at the Ugandan Museum: a Ugandan-made drone. It’s just the latest aeronautic feat to come out of the country which, situated in an admirable position on the equator, has long dreamed of going into space. The Observer continues the story.
GENDER: women’s employment and equality have been big topics in Uganda this year. Here in New Vision, Sarah Zikehikira makes the strong economic case for women’s empowerment.
HIGHER EDUCATION: Uganda’s student loan scheme, proposed three years ago, is to get under way this year. It is expected to send 1,000 more students to university, as the Observer reports.